Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Record Corn, Soybean Harvests Expected but Storage a Problem
The Lansing State Journal reports that while a dry summer has kept corn and soybean grains from filling out completely, it won't stop Michigan farmers from producing record corn and soybean harvests in 2005. However, as agricultural products from last year can't be shipped south until ports are open and trucks and railcars are available and as grain elevators still hold the remnants of last year's record harvest, farmers are having difficulties with storage.
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